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http://www.itsdougholland.com
16 hours ago - Diary of a Fat Slob
the last moments of this episode. Guess Hollywood has only a finite number of back-lot street sets. S04E28: "The Shattered Silence" This
http://ayende.com
12 hours ago - Ayende @ Rahien
first principles. Classic Diffie-Hellman is based on multiplication on a finite field. Let’s assume that we agreed on Base = 5, and
http://blog.janetacarr.com
16 hours ago - Clojurian Thought: A Clojure programming language blog
explanatory here, and these states imply each job function is a Finite-State-Machine (FSM). All work, no play So, I need to
FSM). All work, no play So, I need to implement a Finite-State-Machine in Clojure. If you've read any of my previous
coming next: Functions returning functions. In short, we can implement a finite state machine by having a function represent each state. When a
https://blog.janetacarr.com
2 weeks ago - Clojurian Thought: A Clojure programming language blog
explanatory here, and these states imply each job function is a Finite-State-Machine (FSM). All work, no play So, I need to
FSM). All work, no play So, I need to implement a Finite-State-Machine in Clojure. If you've read any of my previous
coming next: Functions returning functions. In short, we can implement a finite state machine by having a function represent each state. When a
http://codefx.org
2 weeks ago - nipafx // You. Me. Java.
an overload of iterate that takes a predicate and returns a finite stream. 2016-07-25 Java 9 Additions To Optional #post #java‑
http://blog.cryptographyengineering.com
14 hours ago - A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering – Some random thoughts about crypto. Notes from a course I teach. Pictures of my dachshunds.
because the number of bits Peggy sends to Victor must be finite, and we already said there must exist at least one “successful”
must think about implementing functions, then for any function with a finite domain and range, there is always a simple way to implement
real-world mathematical objects, this time built using cyclic groups over finite fields or elliptic curves. Hopefully my hand-waving convinced you that
on we’ll have them be elements of a very large finite field or ring, which will eliminate many obvious objections.) Here we
p be some large non-secret prime number that defines a finite field . And let g be the “generator” of some large cyclic
to invert. Concretely, as long x is randomly selected from the finite field defined by {0, …, q-1} , then recovering x from F(
assumption is conjectured to hold for sufficiently-large groups constructed using finite-field based cryptography and in certain elliptic curves . But nothing says
http://aakinshin.net
16 hours ago - Andrey Akinshin
21) p-value distribution of the Brunner–Munzel test in the finite case (2023-03-14) Comparing statistical power of the Mann-Whitney
p-value distribution of the Mann–Whitney U test in the finite case (2023-02-28) 1 Corner case of the Brunner–Munzel
Mann–Whitney U test misuse cases (2023-02-14) Types of finite-sample consistency with the standard deviation (2023-02-07) Debunking the
density regions: the mean and the median (2022-11-15) 2 Finite-sample Gaussian efficiency of the trimmed Harrell-Davis median estimator (2022-
efficiency of the trimmed Harrell-Davis median estimator (2022-11-08) Finite-sample Gaussian efficiency of the Harrell-Davis median estimator (2022-11-
estimation for a weighted mixture distribution (2022-10-25) Preprint announcement: 'Finite-sample Rousseeuw-Croux scale estimators' (2022-10-18) Sensitivity curve of
Huggins-Roy family of effective sample sizes (2022-09-13) 1 Finite-sample bias correction factors for Rousseeuw-Croux scale estimators (2022-09-